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How do I get my total reputation score using the API?

Just use the plain /users/{ids} route. (For network-wide score, see the bottom section, below.) if you run it on your userid, it currently returns: { "items": [ { ... "reputation": 354, ...
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Is there an easy way to get user reputation via API?

The question is not clear. If you just want a user's reputation merely do a GET of the API /users/{ids} route. Like so:   api.stackexchange.com/2.2/users/3528590?site=stackoverflow&filter=!...
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Which reputation events are private?

There doesn't seem to be a place that describes the policy. That API-object, documentation page would be perfect for it. However, a lead Stack Exchange developer has stated that anything that ...
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/users/{id} and /users/{id}/reputation disagree over +2 accept-answer bonuses

From the docs for /users/{ids}/reputation (emphasis mine): Gets a subset of the reputation changes for users in {ids}. I think you'll find that the API method you're using is working exactly as ...
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Reputation_change has the historical total rather than the daily delta?

It's a bit confusing but that is not a bug. Think of it as, "Reputation change from when to when?" Since you specified neither a fromdate, nor a todate, you are effectively asking for the changes for ...
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Stackathlon 2.5: Leader board for users active on multiple sites

Great design and great idea. I don't know whether many people still look at this, but I discovered it today and if it was advertized and used more. Some suggestions for Stackathlons: Quantitive ...
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How can I retrieve the reputation I (or another user, fwiw) earned for a given tag from questions and answers?

It is easier to use the /users/{id}/top-tags (JSON) endpoint for a single user. That will give you for a given user all their tags with score and count for question and answers. Don't let the "...
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Find out whether a user has association bonus

Yes, you can find out if the user has received the association bonus using the API. It's a bit clunky though. However, as we discovered, "association bonus rights" are rather meaningless at the ...
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How can I retrieve the reputation I (or another user, fwiw) earned for a given tag from questions and answers?

As a more involved alternative, there is a dedicated endpoint for retrieving reputation changes - /reputation. It returns a list of Reputation objects, each having a post_id and reputation_change ...
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How to get (unread) achievements?

Badges and new privileges are part of the /notifications method, which is a single call for all accounts across the network. The results show whether the notification is unread or not. There's also a ...
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How to use the API to show the user reputation?

I think you may be interested in these 2 methods: Authentication: https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/authentication /me (user): https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/me#order=desc&sort=reputation&...
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Get reputation changes across all sites without querying each one individually

This evening, after being inspired by How to get (unread) achievements?, I did some analysis with mitmproxy. It turns out that the Stack Exchange mobile apps use an undocumented API v2.3 method for ...
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Reputation changes from accepting answers to questions are not included in reputation results

I ended up working around this by using the question_count and accept_rate fields from the /users/{ids} API route, then just calculating the reputation for accepting answers. Note that question_count ...
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How do I get the no. of upvotes a person has received for a particular tag?

It's not easy to get this via the API, a SEDE query is the better tool for the job here. If you need to do it via the API: Start with the excerpt search; it has parameters user and tagged which you ...
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Hexadecimal user rep

HTTPS support, changes your own rep in the top bar as well. Great script btw :D // ==UserScript== // @name hex stack overflow rep // @namespace stackoverflow // @description ...
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Hexadecimal user rep

I'd like to have decimal number next to it, or in a tooltip. Is this possible?
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